As the housing market changes, so does lending fraud

Housing market conditions are changing in ways that may increase fraud risk and fraud schemes are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with fraudsters falsifying employment, income, property occupancy and identities.

In addition to confronting fraud schemes of growing complexity, lenders face the difficult challenge of balancing effective risk management with operational efficiency. This balance becomes increasingly challenging to maintain for large volume lenders. 

This white paper covers new fraud schemes in mortgage lending as well as solutions for fraud detection.

Publisher: First American Data & Analytics
Date: August 2021

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